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FISH BREEDING. MTB7, Sadia Tahir. FISH BREEDING. Brood Fish Care Brood fish should be raised and maintained with the stocking rate of 400 to 500 kgs /acre.  It is preferable to stock 400 kgs fish/acre. Different species of fish should be kept in different ponds.

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Fish breeding

FISH BREEDING

MTB7, SadiaTahir


Fish breeding1

FISH BREEDING

  • Brood Fish Care

  • Brood fish should be raised and maintained with the stocking rate of 400 to 500 kgs/acre.  It is preferable to stock 400 kgs fish/acre.

  • Different species of fish should be kept in different ponds.

  • Fertilization of Fish Farm

  • Bed manuring of the brood stock ponds be carried out with 4000-5000 kgs per acre organic manure (cowdung) prior to water filling.

  • Ponds be periodically fertilized to maintain productivity to desirable extent with 1000-1500 kgs organic manure & 8 kgsInorganic fertilizer per acre per fortnight, subject to qualitative and quantitative fluctuations of plankton level.


Supplementary feeding

SUPPLEMENTARY FEEDING

  • Supplementary feeding of brood stock should be done with Rice polish, Maizglutin and Mollassesin the ratio of 7:2:1 at the rate of 2-3% body weight of stocked fish per day.

  • Note:  Brood stock of grass carp be fed with green fodder (Chatala, Barseen etc.) daily as per the requirement of fish.

  • BREEDING

  • Selection of Brood Fish

  • Brood fish selected at the time of induced spawning should be healthy and fully mature.

  • i) Sex Ratio

  • Male       :               Female

  • 1              :               1


Fish breeding

Ovaprim is Indexed (by the US FDA) for injection in finfish broodstock.

  • It is a potent ovulating/spermiating agent to promote and facilitate reproduction of many species of fish. 

  • It is a stable solution that contains Ova-RH and a dopamine inhibitor. 

  • Time to ovulation following injection is highly predictable, with high egg fertility and viability.

  • Ovaprim® utilizes the fish’s own endocrine system to safely induce maturation and coordinate spawning dates.

  • When used in the normal spawning cycle, Ovaprim® can synchronize and coordinate maturation in treated fish by inducing maturation without affecting viability or fecundity. Ovaprim® has been tested and proven effective in a wide range of ornamental fish species


Fish breeding

  • Hormone Dosage (Ovaprim)

  • It is to ensure breeding without fail and improve efficiency in breeding results. 

  • Fish Species

    Ctenopharyngodonidella(Grass carp)

  • Total dosage of Female

  • 0.6 – 0.7 ml/kg

  • Total dosage of Male

  • 0.1 to 0.2 ml/kg

  • In case of proper maturity of brood stock preferred doze should be 0 – 6 ml/kg for male & 0.1 ml/kg for female.

  • Fertilization is executed only through stripping after 10-12 hours of hormone infection.

  •  ii)Aristichthysnobilis(Big head)

  • 0.6 – 0.7 ml/kg

  • 0.1 to 0.2 ml/kg

  • iii)Hypophthalmichthysmolitrix(Silver carp)

  • 0.6 – 0.7 ml/kg

  • 0.1 to 0.2 ml/kg

  • iv) Catlacatla(Thaila)

  • 0.5 ml/kg

  • 0.1 ml/kg

  • v) Labeorohita(Rohu)

  • 0.3 – 0.4 ml/kg

  • 0.1  ml/kg

  • vi) Cirrhinamrigala(Mori)

  • 0.3 – 0.4 ml/kg

  • 0.1  ml/kg


Fish breeding

  • POST BREEDING

  • Incubation

  • Circular tank

    Quantity of eggs

  • 8,00,000 to 10,00,000 lacs in a tank of 5 cft dia.

  • The supply of water in circular tank be arranged between 22-25 litres per minute

  • Nursing of Hatchling

  • Following is duration period for nursing of hatchlings till these became first feeding larvae/fry.

  • Feeding of Yolk fry be avoided.

  • Hours

  • 72 – 80

  • 80 – 96

  • Water Temperature

  • 27 – 28oC

  • 25 – 27oC


Fish breeding

  • Hand stripping is commonly used for taking the spawn of many species of fish. Brood fish are separated by sex prior to hormone injection to prevent spawning in the holding-tank. It is important to determine the exact time of ovulation when hand stripping.

  • However, the eggs of cold-water species may remain viable for several days after ovulation; for example, in trout, eggs are usually stripped within 3 to 4 days. The eggs of some species such as striped bass and white bass progressively clear or become transparent as they near ovulation. 

  • Eggs taken more than 15 hours before ovulation cannot be accurately staged using this method. For most species, ovulation can best be verified by checking the female to determine when eggs flow freely from the vent.


Artificial reproduction

Artificial Reproduction

  • About one hour before stripping, the sperm must be obtained from a male spawner. Attempts to strip catfish males to collect milt have not been successful. This is probably due to the anatomical structure of the seminal vesicles. Therefore, milt is obtained by sacrificing one male and dissecting the testis.

  • At least one hour prior to the earliest anticipated time of spawning, female fish are captured and the process of checking to verify ovulation is initiated. Tropical  species are usually checked every 45 minutes until ovulation is verified, temperate water species are usually checked every hour.

  • Water activates the sperm and

    also causes the opening through

    which the sperm enters the egg

    (micropyle) to close. For many

    fish, this closure takes place within

    only 45 to 60 seconds


Preparation of fry ponds

Preparation of Fry Ponds

  • The pond should be sun dried before the breeding schedule is commenced. 

  • To ensure dis-infection of pond soil. 

  • Dry manure is preferable.

  • Fill the pond with water to a depth of 1.5 feet 2.00 feet and maintain it.

  • Addition of water should be managed just after the pond is fertilized.

  •   Observe the production of micro fauna after 48 hours of fertilization.

  • Add insecticide, @ 0.5 – 1 ppm. In case dry pond is not available, netout the stock from the fry receiving pond as far as possible, reduce the water to minimum possible level.

  •    The pond should be fertilized with organic manure (Cowdung) @ 4000 -–5000 kgs/acre subject to qualitative & quantitative fluctuations of plankton level. 

  • At a temperature of 25 –32oC, after 48 hours of fertilization, protozoans and  Rotifers start appearing. After 72 hours the first food (protozoans and rotifers) are produced fairly abundant.

  • Only insecticide mild toxicity, preferably of organophosphate group be used. Check toxicity of the insecticide after 48 hours of its addition prior to release of stock-survival of fry in a sample of water collected from treated pond upto 4 hours will give satisfactory results. 


Stocking of fry

Stocking of Fry

  • i)   Rate of Stocking

  •   4,00,000 fry/acre

  • ii)  At the time of stocking of fry care, should be taken to ensure acclimatization of  fry with pond water temperature.

  • iii)  Start raising  water level of pond by 2” to 3” per day till it reaches the depth of 3 feet after the stocking of fry.

  • iv)   Start feeding fry with artificial feed after 10 – 14 days of stocking of fry.

  • v)   Feed ingredients may rice polish + Maizglutin (30%) in fin powdered form) with the ratio of protein 8:1 respectively @ 5% of total weight of fry/day.

  • vi)   Start fertilization of the pond with 1000 – 1500 kgscowdung & 8 kg inorganic fertilizer, subject to qualitative & quantitative fluctuation of plankton level.


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